Ohio State vs. Michigan final score: Buckeyes dominate Wolverines for another blowout in The Game

first_imgWhat a bounce, what a play!@Jkdobbins22 fumbles, picks it up and explodes for a big play for @OhioStateFB.Sponsored by @exxonmobil pic.twitter.com/yNBDJLVMoZ— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 201912:11 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, MICHIGAN. The Wolverines are the first on the board with a misdirection handoff to Giles Jackson who gets into the end zone for a 22-yard score. The extra-point attempt is no good. Michigan 6, Ohio State 0. 7 plays, 75 yards. @UMichFootball marches down the field for the first touchdown of the game!Sponsored by @exxonmobil pic.twitter.com/NWoueEhw2f— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 201912:09 p.m.: Shea Patterson scrambles on third down and drops a completed pass to Ronnie Bell for 7 yards. A late-hit penalty by Ohio State sets Michigan up at the 30. 12:05 p.m.: Ohio State is set to kick and we are underway in Ann Arbor. MORE: Harbaugh says postgame was an ‘insult’Michigan raced out to an early lead with a touchdown on its opening drive. Giles Jackson found his way into the end zone on a 22-yard pass from Shea Patterson. Ohio State (12-0, 9-0 Big Ten) was quick to answer, though, recording a pair of touchdowns after big-play setups. Those scores prevented the Wolverines (9-3, 6-3) from gaining momentum.One other big story in this game was Michigan’s missed opportunities. The Wolverines had two chances in the red zone in the second quarter but came away with just three points. Patterson muffed a snap to end one of the drives.CFB 150: SN ranks the top 10 rivalries of all time Michigan was also called for offside while Ohio State was lining up to punt, which gave the Buckeyes a first down and led to a touchdown shortly before halftime.Ohio State’s high-powered offense, which came into the game leading the nation with 49.4 points per game, then dominated the second half. The Buckeyes finished the game with 575 total yards and a pair of touchdowns in every quarter.Sporting News provided live updates, highlights and score changes for Ohio State vs. Michigan:MORE: Watch Ohio State vs. Michigan live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)Ohio State vs. Michigan scoreFINALOhio State: 56Michigan: 27 Q1Q2Q3Q4FOhio State1414141456Michigan1333827Ohio State vs. Michigan score, updates, highlights(All times Eastern)Final: Ohio State 56, Michigan 273:42 p.m.: Michigan can’t get anything going and punts it back. 3:40 p.m.: Ohio State’s punt is a touchback. 3:36 p.m.: Patterson’s pass downfield to Nico Collins in coverage is intercepted. 3:29 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, OHIO STATE. Dobbins reaches a career-high with 211 yards rushing and yet another touchdown. It’s a blowout in Ann Arbor. Ohio State 56, Michigan 27.3:23 p.m.: Michigan fails to convert another fourth-down attempt and Ohio State will take over once again. 3:13 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, OHIO STATE. Fields gets it out to Austin Mack and Mack finds his way in for a 16-yard touchdown. Ohio State 49, Michigan 27. 😤 @OhioStateFB takes advantage of the turnover on downs and extends their lead to 49-27 pic.twitter.com/dvwJ6yJwnB— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20193:10 p.m.: Michigan goes for it on 4th-and-short and Haskins is shy of the first down. It will be Ohio State ball on the Michigan 28 after the turnover on downs. 3:04 p.m.: Michigan stops Ohio State again on third down and the Buckeyes will punt. Just over 13 minutes to play. 2:54 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, MICHIGAN. Hassan Haskins takes the snap from the Wildcat formation for a two-yard score. Michigan’s two-point conversion is successful to cut it to 15. Ohio State 42, Michigan 27. Wolverines go wildcat to make it 42-27 after a successful 2-point conversion! pic.twitter.com/0wcn8YMNkG— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 2019End of third quarter: Ohio State 42, Michigan 192:45 p.m.: Michigan gets a much-needed stop, forcing a three-and-out. 2:41 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, MICHIGAN. Michigan is unable to manufacture anything and it settles for the 45-yard field goal. Ohio State 42, Michigan 19.2:37 p.m.: The punt return is muffed by Garrett Wilson and it will be Michigan ball at the Ohio State 26. 〽️ @UMichFootball catches a break!Garrett Wilson muffs the punt and the Wolverines take over. pic.twitter.com/fwPBKyJYXJ— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20192:37 p.m.: Michigan will have to punt after three incompletions. 2:33 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, OHIO STATE. The very first play back, Fields rolls out for a dime to Garrett Wilson for a 30-yard touchdown score. Ohio State 42, Michigan 16.Justin Fields scrambles and throws a 30-yard TD in his first play after returning from an apparent knee injury. @OhioStateFB fans, you can breathe now 😅 pic.twitter.com/3jCQp6Cssv— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20192:33 p.m.: Fields is back in with a knee brace on. 2:26 p.m.: Fields is down and holding his knee after an awkward fall. He was able to walk off on his own power to head to the medical tent. Justin Fields walked off the field under his own power after suffering an apparent leg injury pic.twitter.com/UNEdAcALcJ— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20192:22 p.m.: Michigan is forced to punt it away after seven plays. 2:12 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, OHIO STATE. Fields remains patient in the pocket and connects with K.J. Hill for a 6-yard touchdown, extending the OSU lead to three scores. Ohio State 35, Michigan 16.KJ Hill gets in on the action!@OhioStateFB leads Michigan 36-15 early in the second half. pic.twitter.com/IXkb6sKGNf— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20192:07 p.m.: A late-hit penalty on Michigan on a Fields scramble gives Ohio State a fresh set of downs at the Michigan 2. 2:04 p.m.: On the first play from scrimmage of the second half, Dobbins cuts it outside for a 41-yard gain to the Michigan 34. 2:03 p.m.: Second half is underway with a touchback. Ohio State will start from the 25. Halftime: Ohio State 28, Michigan 16StatsFirst downs: Ohio State 15, Michigan 13Third downs: Ohio State 5-7, Michigan 1-5Total yards: Ohio State 316, Michigan 285Rushing yards: Ohio State 118, Michigan 35Passing yards: Michigan 250, Ohio State 198Penalties: Michigan 3-30, Ohio State 3-40Turnovers: Ohio State 0, Michigan 11:38 p.m.: FIELD GOAL, MICHIGAN. The 23-yard attempt is good and the Wolverines claw within 12. Ohio State 28, Michigan 16. 1:37 p.m.: Peoples-Jones’ potential touchdown grab wasn’t successfully made on third down with 26 seconds to go. 1:31 p.m.: Two big passing completions have Michigan at the Ohio State 32 with 2:03 remaining until the half. 1:25 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, OHIO STATE. Dobbins is back in for another score on a 5-yard run. Huge turn of momentum in Ann Arbor. Ohio State 28, Michigan 13. Not 1, Not 2…@Jkdobbins22 scores his THIRD TD of the first half for @OhioStateFB. 🔥 pic.twitter.com/oncJIczgoV— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20191:24 p.m.: On first down, Fields goes long to Garrett Wilson for a 47-yard completion to the Michigan 5. 1:23 p.m.: Michigan was offsides on the punt, though, and Ohio State has a first down near midfield. 1:22 p.m.: Ohio State will have to punt it away after six plays. Michigan has three minutes and change to work with before halftime.1:15 p.m.: On a third-and-9 from the Ohio State 12, Patterson muffs the snap and Ohio State falls on it, ending Michigan’s scoring threat. Buckeyes back on offense. FUMBLE!@OhioStateFB recovers the Shea Patterson red zone fumble. pic.twitter.com/ohJejdwa5T— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20191:07 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, OHIO STATE. Dobbins navigates his way into the end zone for a six-yard touchdown score on third down. Ohio State 21, Michigan 13.🗣 J.K. ALL DAY@OhioStateFB takes a 21-13 lead thanks to @Jkdobbins22’s 2nd rushing TD of the day. pic.twitter.com/raWGxpprjX— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 20191:02 p.m.: Fields dumps it off to Garrett Wilson for a 41-yard gain to the Michigan 12. 1 p.m.: An unsportsmanlike penalty after an Ohio State run sets the Buckeyes up in Michigan territory. This rivalry is just differentMichigan actually untied @Jkdobbins22’s shoe 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/Rz4Qq8eB5T— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 2019End of first quarter: Ohio State 14, Michigan 1312:49 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, MICHIGAN. On the following play, Patterson slings it to a wide-open Donovan Peoples-Jones across the middle for the 25-yard touchdown. Ohio State 14, Michigan 13. 〽️ @UMichFootball answers!@dpeoplesjones finds himself wide open in the middle of the field to get his first TD of the day. pic.twitter.com/9zCqSLpOfs— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 201912:48 p.m.: Patterson fools the Ohio State defense on a play-action by finding Sean McKeon for a 41-yard gain to the Ohio State 25. 12:45 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, OHIO STATE. Fields nails Chris Olave for a 57-yard touchdown throw down the sidelines. Ohio State 14, Michigan 6.Justin Fields hits Chris Olave in stride!@OhioStateFB takes a 14-6 lead over Michigan. pic.twitter.com/rcLIbIQFii— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 201912:40 p.m.: Patterson’s two attempts across the middle fall incomplete and the Wolverines will punt. 12:33 p.m.: Justin Fields misses his target on third down and Ohio State has to punt it away. 12:26 p.m.: Nico Collins’ sideline grab is incomplete as Collins is unable to get a foot down. Michigan to punt. 12:20 p.m.: TOUCHDOWN, OHIO STATE. Dobbins caps off his productive drive with a 5-yard plunge. Dobbins had 51 yards on four carries on Ohio State’s opening drive. Ohio State 7, Michigan 6.All @Jkdobbins22 on this drive!@OhioStateFB finds the end zone on their first possession of the game. 🌰🔥Sponsored by @exxonmobil pic.twitter.com/anpYVuBtAp— FOX College Football (@CFBONFOX) November 30, 201912:17 p.m.: Ohio State is across midfield after a long run by J.K. Dobbins, who picks up his own fumble and rumbles to the Michigan 41.  Ohio State once again proved too much for Michigan as it captured a 56-27 victory Saturday in Ann Arbor. The Buckeyes have now beaten the Wolverines eight consecutive times in The Game.J.K. Dobbins led Ohio State with 211 rushing yards and four touchdowns on 31 carries while Justin Fields threw for 302 yards and four touchdowns.last_img read more

Koke reviews his most special decade as rojiblanco

first_imgThus, with the title of a Special Decade he has hung on his social media profile a chain of unforgettable moments for him and for the club. His first goal with Atlético in 2011; its first Europa League and the European Super Cup in 2012; the Copa del Rey and the European Under-21 in 2013 and the 2014 League. Koke also highlights in 2015 the first time he acted as captain in a club game of his life or in 2016 when he was nominated in the top 30 World players 2017 was the year of goodbye to Vicente Calderón, where he enjoyed both the grass and the stands. In the 2017-18 season came his second Europa League, a campaign more than special because he ended up getting married.“The responsibility of being the first Atleti captain and the birth of Leo. Thanks to all who have made it possible! For another ten years of football, passion and great success. HAPPY 2020!” Koke closes its end of the year review. The vallecano, to open the new year has offered with the captains of the first male and female team. A toast because Atlético remains among the best in 2020. Koke lives a very special Christmas. The Atlético captain has just been a father for the first time and at only 27 years old he is already the fifth player in the history of the club in games played. In addition, he has already won seven titles. His name is linked to the recent bright stage of the team and, on the occasion of the new year, he wanted to review what has been a memorable time in the club and of which he has been a great protagonist.last_img read more